Kainic acid-induced sprouting of dynorphin- and enkephalin-containing mossy fibers in the dentate gyrus of the rat hippocampus.

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This study utilized Timm histochemistry and immunocytochemistry to determine the prolonged effects of kainic acid on the distribution of dynorphin- and enkephalin-containing mossy fibers in the rat dentate gyrus at progressive time points following kainic acid injection. Beginning 1-2 weeks after kainic acid administration, a progressive increase in the… (More)

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